Now, why would I want to do that? Cloud resources can be expensive; I have to depend on a third party for some of my most important applications; performance may suffer; my data ends up outside my organization…all valid concerns. Which likely explains why most HPC continues to be hosted in-house. But another question is, is it even an option to effectively leverage the cloud for clustered computing? How do I extend my on-premise cluster to cloud servers and still manage them as a single cluster?Read More >
Spark'ing Scope Creep
I had the fortunate opportunity to present in the disruptive-technology track at the 2015 Rice Oil and Gas HPC Workshop during the first week of March. What I presented during my two-minute drill in this session ended up being much more disruptive than I anticipated.Read More >
As with many industries, the pharmaceutical sector is trending towards cloud bursting, so if you need more digital space, more compute power, or more storage, don’t pay for an onsite solution—look to the cloud! And cloud bursting plays to the increasingly popular subscription-based “pay per use” business model with which we are becoming increasingly familiar.
It’s been well documented that Bright can help you easily create new clusters in the cloud, or add cloud-based resources to your existing clusters on the fly.Read More >